National Fudge Day And More On June 16!

National Fudge Day: On June 16, we celebrate National Fudge Day, a sweet and delicious treat that is believed to have been a culinary accident. Legend has it that a confectioner’s mistake led to the creation of this dense, candy-like delicacy. Fudge is also historically tied to female scholars in the late 19th and early 20th century when recipes for it spread like wildfire among students at women’s colleges. So, let’s indulge in this happy accident and enjoy some fudge today!

Also on June 16…

Fresh Veggies Day: A day to celebrate the abundance of fresh, healthy vegetables that are available during the summer months. Take advantage of the season and create delicious meals featuring farm-fresh produce.

Bloomsday: A day to celebrate the life and work of Irish author James Joyce, who wrote the famous novel “Ulysses”. Bloomsday is named after the main character in the novel, Leopold Bloom, and is celebrated in Dublin, Ireland with readings, performances, and other events.

World Sea Turtle Day: A day to raise awareness about the importance of sea turtles and their habitats. Sea turtles are endangered due to factors such as habitat loss, climate change, and pollution. Take action by learning more about these amazing creatures and supporting conservation efforts.

If you have a holiday idea that you think would be perfect for today, we’d love to hear it. We’re always looking for new and interesting ways to celebrate, and you can find a selection of e-cards for your loved ones by clicking on this link.

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